Enoki is DELICIOUS
I sometimes cooked mushroom as nametake style, but I had not used enoki mushrooms because they are espensive. The other day, I was given some enoki mushrooms, so I took the opportunity to make them into nametake.
Nametake Made with Mushroom, not Enoki
Nametake in Japanese and made with enoki mushroom. This recipe is a version made with champignon with the sweet and salty soy saucy taste.
Of course, it tastes best when served with white rice, but I also enjoy it in various ways, such as adding it to soba sauce or pouring it over oatmeal.
Delicious Nametake Made without Mirin and Men-tsuyu
Let’s turn enoki mushrooms, which are a luxury item overseas, into the more luxurious nametake. It can be made with or without vinegar.
- enoki mushrooms 100 g
- soy sauce 1 Tbsp
- brown sugar 1/2 Tbsp
- dashi powder 1/4 tsp
- vinegar (as you like, *1) 1 tsp
- Cut the enoki mushrooms into bite-sized pieces and break them up.
- Put enoki mushrooms, soy sauce, brown sugar, and dashi powder in a pot and heat over medium heat.
- When the water content decreases, add vinegar if you want and heat for a while.
*1 In Finland, I use ETIKKA, 10% one, half amount of the recipe.
Vinegar in Finland
Is the vinegar sold in Finland different from the vinegar sold in Japan? The ingredients are the same, but something is actually different.
This dish goes well with white rice.
Vinegar in Finnish Recipes, How and What to Use?
If you see vinegar in a Finnish recipe, what should you use? You can also find out how to use Finnish vinegar in Japanese recipes.
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